Recognising the history within the habitat

Our environment and landscapes are rich and multifaced. They are the products of interactions between man-made and natural features over thousands of years. It is therefore important to take a balanced approach to managing both natural and historic features, and seeking to protect and enhance both can be mutually beneficial for both of these aspects…

Public policy journeys: what’s the next step for heritage?

This weekend Georgie Holmes-Skelton, our Head of Government Affairs, spoke at the AHRC Heritage Priority Area and Rescue: The British Archaeological Trust conference on engaging with policy in the UK. On the theme of “Planning for People: the changing role of culture, museums and the arts for wider society”, Georgie talked about the sector’s challenge…

Happy World Biodiversity Day

Today is World Biodiversity Day, celebrating nature’s variety and its protections. Given the challenges facing nature in the UK today, maintaining awareness, alongside practical action to address these threats, remains of vital importance. Volunteer Philip Box takes a look at how the National Trust is working hard to restore a healthy, beautiful natural environment. What…